An authority in India has inaugurated twin tourist facility centres at Aurangabad’s World Heritage Sites, Ajanta and Ellora. Those who seek to book tickets on flights bound for India can enjoy the services at these centres.


Individuals and groups looking for available deals for India bound flights to spend some memorable time in the country have another reason to feel happy about their plans. India’s tourism ministry has opened up twin tourist facility centres at Aurangabad’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Ajanta and Ellora.

Ajanta and Ellora are easily one of the biggest tourist attractions in the country, with many willing to spend money on flights tickets only to explore the ancient caves. Ajanta caves are all Buddhist, while the caves at Ellora are an assortment of Buddhist, Hindu and Jain.

The visitors’ centre at Ajanta is huge. It holds five museum halls with actual-sized replicas of four of the caves, something that’s surely going to appeal to keen vacationers who block air tickets on flights to the ancient country. There is even a very spacious parking that can have room for around 300 cars, 20 buses and 200 two-wheelers. Vacationers who spend money on airline tickets in order to enjoy the best India has to offer can take advantage of the centre’s restaurants, an auditorium and an amphitheatre.

The Ellora centre is just as huge, with multiple museums to please culturally- inclined guests. A replica of the Kailash Temple can be found in here as well as a parking space that can accommodate a large number of two- and three-wheelers. It also offers three restaurants, an auditorium and an amphitheatre to regale tourists who are devoting funds to book tickets, board flights and land in the region.

At the centres, audiovisual presentations on Buddhism and the importance of world heritage sites is offered.

Surely, such facilities in India are going to impress those are reserving air tickets on flights to the history rich country.

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